Work Avenue seeking to raise £750,000

Work Avenue – the Jewish community’s leading employment and business support organisation – is aiming to raise £750,000 over a 36-hour period.

The charity helps those who are often at their lowest point – having lost a job, seen a business struggle or facing financial pressures – via a range of free workshops, events and one-to-one employment or business advice with its team of experts.

It also offers training for our clients which then enables them to find freelance work, often working for the businesses the organisation is also supporting.

The fundraiser, taking place via the Charity Extra website on 3-4 March, will see every pound donated doubled by generous matchers.

Work Avenue CEO Debbie Lebrett (pictured) said: “In the past year, we have supported more than 3,000 people, from all parts of the community, to find jobs, change careers and start or grow their own business.

“We can only do this with your support. Please partner with us and help thousands more people in our community to earn a living with dignity this year.

“Together, we CAN make a difference.”

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